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TIG Welder, DC, Maxstar 150 STH, 115/230VAC
- Item # 5GWH5
- Mfr. Model # 907136017
- UNSPSC # 23171519
- Catalog Page # 3400
- Shipping Weight 43.88 lbs.
- ItemTIG Welder
- SeriesMaxstar 150 STH
- Input Voltage115/230VAC
- Welding ProcessesTIG, Pulsed TIG, Stick
- Welded MaterialSteel
- Material Thickness Mild Steel0.020" to 3/16"
- Weight13.7 lb.
- Rated Output150A@16V, 30%
- Input (Amps)28/14.2A
- Overall Height9"
- Overall Width5-1/2"
- Overall Depth13-1/4"
- FeaturesDC Inverter with Hf and Lift Arc
- IncludesPower Source With 10 ft. Mvp Power Cord, Remote Finger Tip Control, Electrode Holder With 13 ft. Of Weld Cable, 10 ft. Work Cable With Clamp And Connectors, Shoulder Strap And Flow Thru Tig Torch Adapter, Plus Protective Carring Case, Wp17 12ft Tig Torch With Adapter And Accessories, And Regulator Flow Gauge With Gas Hose.
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